How to convert MTS videos to play on Kindle Fire? MTS is a high-definition MPEG Transport Stream video format, commonly called "AVCHD;" used by Sony, Panasonic, and other HD camcorders; based on the MPEG-2 transport stream and supports 720p and 1080i HD video formats.
If you shot videos with your HD camcorder which produced MTS files and want to play them on your new Kindle Fire, you will find it's a little bit tricky. That's because MTS cannot be recognized by Amazon Kindle directly. According to Kindle Fire's specifications, it only supports MP4 and a couple of other file types. For other video formats, you will have to convert them to watch on Kindle Fire. Fortunately, we have Video Converter which is a professional MTS to Kindle Fire Converter. With it, you can easily convert MTS to Kindle Fire compatible formats. Read on the step-by-step guide below and learn how to convert MTS videos to Kindle Fire.
If you don't have a converter program, download and install Video Converter on your computer. For Mac users, please download Video Converter for Mac. Once done, launch it.
Suppose you have already uploaded your camcorder MTS videos onto your desktop, now click on "Add" button to load your source files into the program.
Want to do some editing to your video? Cool, the built-in video editor can helps you. By clicking on "Edit" button, you can crop, trim, add watermark, adjust video effects, etc. Edit or not, it's totally up to you.
Then we are going to select a format for Kindle Fire. As we mentioned above, Kindle Fire recognizes MP4 well, so click on "Profile" button and choose MP4 format from the drop-down list.
Can't wait? But wait, here's the last click. Hit on "Start" button on the lower right corner and now this MTS to Kindle Fire converter should start converting videos to Kindle Fire acceptable formats.
The converting time depends on the length of you videos and the hardware of your computer. Once done, click on "Find Target" button and you will see the converted Kindle Fire playable files. Now you can transfer them onto Kindle Fire for watching. Have fun. You can also use this Video Converter to convert all those other videos to the format you want.